SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment interim CEO Marc Swanson unveiled plans for reopening its Orlando theme parks to the public. The reopening proposal includes SeaWorld Orlando, Discovery Cove, and Aquatica Orlando, with a scheduled date of June 11.Continue reading “SeaWorld Announces Plans To Reopen Orlando Parks June 11”
Universal Orlando announced plans to reopen its hotels to guests, more than two months after they were closed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The hotels will start to reopen in phases on June 2, with a range of best practices and hygiene procedures. Universal’s resorts include Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort, Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort, Universal’s Endless Summer Resort-Surfside Inn and Suites, and Universal’s Aventura Hotel.Continue reading “Universal Orlando Plans to Reopen Resort Hotels on June 2”
Walt Disney World announced plans on Wednesday to cautiously open its gates July 11.
Disney’s theme parks in Florida have been closed since March 15 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and their reopening will follow its Florida rival, Universal Orlando, which is set to reopen June 5.
SeaWorld Orlando also presented its plan to Orange County’s Economic Recovery Task Force and plans to reopen for employees on June 10, and for the public on June 11.Continue reading “Walt Disney World Sets July 11 Reopening Date for Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom”
Universal Studios theme park plans to reopen to the public at reduced capacity on June 5, the company said on Thursday. The announcement was made during an Orange County, Florida Economic Recovery Task Force meeting attended by county, health department experts, and community leaders. The Economic Recovery Task Force approved Universal’s plans to restart on June 5.Continue reading “Universal Orlando Will Reopen June 5”
Theme parks and attractions across Central Florida have announced closures as a precaution against the coronavirus earlier this month but technology has stepped in to make sure that quarantined Americans still have a way to experience their favorite rides. A YouTube channel is bringing Disney World and Universal Studios rides to people’s homes with virtual reality and it is for free. The videos have a remote in the corner of the screen that allows the virtual riders to navigate their view of the attraction.Continue reading “YouTube Channel Offers Virtual Rides on Major Disney, Universal Studios Attractions”
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Named after the icy Arctic summits, Ice Breaker is currently under construction near to Shamu Stadium and the Wild Arctic attraction and is scheduled to open in the spring of this year.
SeaWorld invited media and bloggers to take a quick tour behind the construction walls to see how the coaster is progressing. The new attraction is about two-thirds of the way to completion and the rest of the track is currently being installed.Continue reading “Check out SeaWorld’s Next Cool Roller-Coaster”
What is coming to Orlando in 2020 and 2021?
Theme parks all around Orlando have been adding new experiences to their lineups. From the highly themed to the highly thrilling, here are 5 new roller coasters coming to town.
Ice Breaker at SeaWorld Orlando, coming spring 2020
Ice Breaker will be SeaWorld Orlando’s first launched roller coaster. Opening this coming spring, it will be built in the Wild Arctic area of the park. The coaster will take riders both forward and backward, with speeds reaching 52 miles per hour on a 90-second trip. With a track length of 2,750 feet, it will reach a maximum height of 95 feet.Continue reading “New Attractions Coming to Orlando”
Construction works continue on Virgin Trains high-speed rail service across the state of Florida.
Formally known as Brightline, the train will connect Orlando to West Palm Beach, down to Miami, with speeds up to 125 mph.
Florida’s new high-speed rail system is part of a goal to get 3 million cars off the road. The rail is expected to cost $2.5 billion, including a $70 million maintenance facility south of the Orlando International Airport.Continue reading “High-Speed Train Connecting Orlando Theme Parks and Miami Cruise Port Set to Open in 2022”
Disney World guests got stuck on Skyliner gondolas for hours Saturday night.
Riders on Disney’s new Skyliner aerial cable car system were stranded for three hours Saturday night after gondolas became stuck in the air, according to witnesses and social media posts.Continue reading “Riders on Disney World’s New Skyliner Gondolas Stranded for Hours”